The classic cast metal British nameplates existed back in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s but sadly started to disappear by the mid-1960s when modern signs started to take their place.
We make these cast metal signs as permanent structures. They are vandal-proof, completely non-corrosive, and designed to last for generations. We use grease-packed, stainless steel fixings that are concealed to enable simple future maintenance.
These period cast metal British nameplate signs are sand-blasted before being etch primed and painted in a deep base, black and white enamel finish, giving them a wonderful vintage look.
You should only have to ever buy a village nameplate once, so why not purchase the very best, as the current signs in wide-spread use are not fit for purpose and looks absolutely awful.